Following the Lord’s Prayer, Francis will pray the Angelus and a Rosary
The Our Father will be live-streamed from Rome at noon (Rome time) which is 7 am EST.
Following the Our Father prayed by Christians around the world and led by Pope Francis, then the pope will continue with the Angelus prayer. This prayer recounts the moment that is celebrated precisely on March 25: The Annunciation of God’s message to Gabriel, and the Virgin Mary’s response, and thus the incarnation of the Word in her womb.
After the Angelus, the pope will lead the praying of the Rosary.
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